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Master Tang experienced his first extreme violent incident at the age of 7, in Cricklewood, London. He saw a young boy smash a glass bottle into the face of another 8 year old, causing blindness to one eye. This was a rude awakening of how vicious some social misfits can be.

Master Tang was a victim of a knife attack at the age of 12. An armed youth at the Shepherds Bush Market, London, held a knife to Wai-Po's back and demanded money. The streetwise Wai-Po gave the money and maintained safety.

These experiences were a couple of many, and it had a profound effect. It had made him felt the need to protect his integrity, freedom, human rights, and instilled a cardinal trait of resolute attitude. These social learning states had established the desire for realistic resolution.

Although, Wai-Po uptook Kung Fu training at an earlier age of 7, he found that applying the skills were difficult. Hence he spent over six months just training on the 'so-called' correct stance. As an inquisitive child, he questioned his instructor (his brother) on how such a traditional method of training can be translated or applied in a real fight. This was the beginning of Master Wai-Po Tang's path to search for the truth.

While seeking for enlightenment, Master Tang was subjected to many racial conflicts. His cardinal trait was a determined one, hence, he stood for his principles and fought for his rights. Thus, he incurred mental and physical injuries along the way; and won some battles and backed off some too.

The emergence of the great 'Bruce Lee' in the 70's was percieved as the symbolic icon of 'revolt against prejudices'. An imagery that gave Wai-Po asipiration find solutions and be reckoned with. This perception propelled Wai-Po to work extremely hard toward his needs. more

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